AAS Cognates

The following courses are approved cognates for the certificate in African American Studies

  • HIS 442/AMS 342 Race, Racism and Politics in Twentieth-Century America
  • HIS 270/AMS 370 Asian American History
  • HIS 306/LAO 306 Latino History
  • HIS 314 Precolonial Africa
  • HIS 315 Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
  • HIS 316 South African History, 1497 to the Present
  • HIS 376 The American Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIS 431/ENG 433 Comparative Environmental History
  • REL 258 Religion in American Society
  • REL 328/GSS 328 Women and Gender in Islamic Societies
  • REL 360/GSS 360 Women and American Religion
  • SOC 201 American Society and Politics
  • SOC 210 Urban Sociology: The City and Social Change in the Americas
  • SOC 216 The Ghetto
  • SOC 227 Race and Ethnicity
  • SOC 345 Money, Work and Social Life
  • SOC 354 Contemporary Issues in African Societies
  • SOC 359 Higher Education and Society
  • SOC 361 Culture, Power, and Inequality

 

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